Tuesday, January 22, 2008

All Thumbs

“It’s not that they had a desire to write and that the cellphone happened to be there,” said Chiaki Ishihara, an expert in Japanese literature at Waseda University who has studied cellphone novels. “Instead, in the course of exchanging e-mail, this tool called the cellphone instilled in them a desire to write.”

Whatever inspires you is good, I suppose. Think I'll stick to pen and paper.


Elizabeth said...

I try to write everyday!
I don't have a cell phone because I'm too stupid to know how it works and also sometimes it's better to be unavailable........
e-mail is my real joy.

Jennifer Thermes said...

I agree, yet sometimes it's hard to let myself be unavailable! I love email, too.